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Last year, the Annex de Martissant area of Port-au-Prince was a camp for displaced people. The area was filled with tents. Today, locals are building sturdier shelters with funding from the American Red Cross. Marisa Penaloza/NPR hide caption

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The Challenge Of Measuring Relief Aid To Haiti

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Kerrie Louis of Madison, Wis., signs a petition in November to force a recall election against Gov. Scott Walker. Talk of recalling the governor began nearly a year ago after he signed a law that strips most public unions of collective bargaining rights. Scott Bauer/AP hide caption

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Deadline Day Arrives For Wisconsin Recall Petitions

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Immigrants from Senegal protest against racism in Florence, Italy, on Dec. 17, 2011. Four days earlier, an Italian man killed two African street sellers and wounded three others in a shooting spree in Florence. Maurizio Degl'Innocenti/EPA /Landov hide caption

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Italy's Bad Economy Leaves Immigrants Vulnerable

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Two Southwest Airlines jets are seen in front of a taxiing Delta jet at Philadelphia International Airport in 2004. George Widman/AP hide caption

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Move Over, Delta: Southwest To Fly Out Of Atlanta

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Republican presidential candidate former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, accompanied by his wife, Callista, meets with parishioners during an event Saturday at the Jones Memorial AME Zion Church. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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'Food Stamp President': Race Code, Or Just Politics?

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